Michael has an interesting post up on how to react to your grant being triaged, and is great advice on brushing yourself off and getting back in the game. Assuming you are playing the game. It mostly reminded me why
I’m not sure I’m cut out for blogging. Don’t get me wrong, it’s very cathartic, and always nice to have folks read what you’ve written. But the ability to some of my fellow panelists on the #scimom discussion to bang
After struggling with nbconvert and wordpress, I’m just going to embed the beginning of this analysis here, the full analysis can be seen here at nbviewer.ipython.org. I would love comments and suggestions! Continued here
*edit 2/21/2013: finally figured out gists, so this is also available here with more consistent formatting.
In a twitter conversation about “alternative” science careers, the point was made that many postdocs/PhD’s have useful skills that could be utilized elsewhere. While no doubt true, it begs the question: how do people find these mythical alternative careers? And